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ID Short Description Date City Parish Current County Old county Nation
1330

Elizabeth Lambe allegedly appears next to John Johnson's bed at night, along with an old man in brown clothes (Anonymous 160). Johnson claims he is unable to speak to her because he is so frightened, and that after the visit "his goods fell sick, and the farrier could not tell what disease they were ill of."(58)

Appears in:
Raine, James. Depositions from the Castle of York. Unknown: 1861, 58

1652, March 17 Reednes    Yorkshire  Yorkshire  England 
1332

Elizabeth Lambe is beaten by John Johnson and some "of his neighbours" for allegedly causing John Johnson to become mysteriously ill, after allegedly visiting him with "an old man in browne clothes" (Anonymous 160) in the night. After this act of counter magic, Johnson claims he "was never afterwards dis-quited by her" again.(58)

Appears in:
Raine, James. Depositions from the Castle of York. Unknown: 1861, 58

1652, March 17 Reednes    Yorkshire  Yorkshire  England 
1334

Thomas Rennerd asserts that his wife, suspecting Elizabeth Lambe of being responsible for their child's illness, asks Elizabeth Lambe forgiveness by going to her door and falling down on her knees. Soon after asking Elizabeth Lambe for forgivness, the Rennerd child recovers.(58)

Appears in:
Raine, James. Depositions from the Castle of York. Unknown: 1861, 58

1652, March 17 Reednes    Yorkshire  Yorkshire  England 
1335

Nicholas Baldwin is allegedly bewitched with illness. His illness comes after he cudgels Elizabeth Lambe, whom he suspects of using magic to kill three of his four fowls. Baldwain notes that he beats Lambe all the more savagely when she begs for mercy.(58)

Appears in:
Raine, James. Depositions from the Castle of York. Unknown: 1861, 58

1648 Reednes    Yorkshire  Yorkshire  England 
1336

Elizabeth Lambe allegedly draws blood from John Wright's heart, making him ill. Wright believes drawing Lambe's blood will save him, but asserts if he should die shortly after scratching her, she would be to blame. John Wright scratches Elizabeth Lambe, and dies shortly after, as witnessed by Richard Brown. (58)

Appears in:
Raine, James. Depositions from the Castle of York. Unknown: 1861, 58

1652, March 17 Reednes    Yorkshire  Yorkshire  England